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VILLAGE OF HARTLAND - Friday, March 17, is Police Chief Robert J. Rosch's last day with the department.

Rosch spent 33 years with the Hartland Police Department. He will be succeeded by Deputy Chief Michael Bagin, who has been with the department for 30 years.

To celebrate his time with the department, Rosch will be at a retirement open house from 3 to 6 p.m. Friday, March 17, at Arrowhead High School.

In a November interview with Lake Country Now, Rosch said he will stay in the area and plans to work a part-time job.

I'm not a Florida guy," Rosch said. "I'm a Wisconsin guy.”

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